In Others’ Words: How Do You “Do You”?

Beth Vogt In Others' Words, perseverance, Quotes 15 Comments

The New Year is two days old. Some of us started 2018 armed with a list of resolutions while others distilled our desire for change down to One Words like trust, kindness, release. Whatever your mode of change, the New Year is prime time for a new you … to a certain point. In the midst of all the New Year-New Me changing …

In Others’ Words: New Year, New Start?

Beth Vogt In Others' Words, Life, Quotes 6 Comments

I’ve missed you all, although I did enjoy my social media break. It helped me achieve more of an “all is calm” attitude the past couple of weeks. I hope each one of you found comfort and joy during the holiday season. We’re three days into 2017, and I’ve seen so many blogs, Facebook posts, Instagram photos, and tweets proclaiming excitement …

In Others’ Words: All is Calm

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As I look into to the coming week, I’m anticipating my son’s arrival home … and my youngest daughter’s 16th birthday on Christmas Eve … and yes, Christmas Day! In an effort to embrace those three little words “All is calm,” I’m taking a break from social media, including my blog, until after the New Year. I’ll see you back …

In Others’ Words: Time to Start Thinking About One Word for 2016

Beth Vogt In Others' Words, One Word 4 Comments

One Word. Yes, it’s that time of year again when I prompt you to think about selecting one word to focus on during 2016. This is my eleventh year to focus on one word — and right up until last week, I was thinking, “I’ve got no idea what my word for 2016 is going to be!” Not. A. Clue. And then …

In Others’ Words: One Word 2015

Beth Vogt In Others' Words, One Word 20 Comments

  You may not be ready to think about the 2015 yet, but I’ve been thinking about the upcoming new year since August. Yes, yes, I have. Those of you who’ve hung around this blog long enough know I don’t do resolutions — rather, I focus on one word for an entire year. Well, this year I realized what next year’s …